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Preliminary Italy Plans- September 2015

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Hello everyone! My husband and I are in the preliminary planning stages for our vacation to Italy September 2015. We're thinking of staying 2 weeks- 2 1/2 weeks. I was hoping to get some advice on how long to stay at each of the locations, as well as if you think there are any other places/attractions we shouldn't miss.

Stops:
Florence: For the art, mostly.
Cinque Terra: I've heard great things, and we would be planning on staying in one of the villages and hiking the (blue?) trail.
Rome: The Vatican, The Colosseum etc.

My husband also talked about the possibility of going to Milan- he has some Italian friends at work and they recommend it.

Any advice for someone who is relatively new to Europe travel (I did study abroad in college, but that was pretty well planned out for me) would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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